Patricia A. Magrath
Patricia Magrath has had a long and varied legal career. Ms. Magrath began as a lending lawyer in the eighties when she represented various institutional lenders in a variety of commercial ventures including loans secured by apartment complexes and shopping centers. She then worked on the impeachment of Governor Evan Mecham, the first sitting governor impeached in the United States in over 50 years. Ms. Magrath conducted the investigation which led to three counts of impeachment brought by the Arizona House of Representatives. She later represented the Resolution Trust Corporation in the American Continental/Lincoln Savings matter, suing the various law firms and accountants who aided and abetted the alleged looting of Lincoln Savings. Ms. Magrath was later loaned to the United States Attorney’s office to help in the prosecution of Charles Keating. Her representation of the Resolution Trust Corporation during the savings and loan crisis also resulted in her working on the federal government’s case against Western Savings and Loan. Thereafter, Ms. Magrath worked on the civil case against Governor Fife Symington.
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